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Struggles

Thursday, March 14, 2013

There are things going on in the lives of people I love that have me upset and depressed. I want to fix things but don't know how. I feel that if I had been a better person/role model that things might be better for them. Wishing I knew what to do to help.
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  • v SLIMLILA
    And which one of us mother's has never felt that way... I know it doesn't help, but you know what I am still dealing with, and I feel bad for both of us. Hope things are resolved soon...Hugs...
    1196 days ago
  • v FIFIFRIZZLE
    I wish I had done better for some people in my past but the fact is I did the best I could at the time. Taking care of yourself so you can be at your best now to lend support and model the best behavior is probably the best you can do now.and while I'm sprinkling bests around, best of luck with that!
    1196 days ago
  • v GRNDMOM43
    Every person makes choices and although we may have some influence on others lives they make decisions that lead them on their path. We all wish we could have been a little more something but we cannot be held responsible for all of the pain that comes into others lives even those we love. emoticon
    1196 days ago
  • v BARCLE
    emoticon it's difficult being in that position, I hope things work out well for everybody soon emoticon
    1197 days ago
  • v PROUD-GRANDMA
    emoticon I know the feeling. You and your loved ones are in my prayers.

    I believe that it is through our struggles that we grow and appreciate life's blessings more. I concentrate on the things I can do. The rest I have no control over so I find comfort in prayer. Although, at times it can feel overwhelming.
    1198 days ago
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